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Aug 7, 2010 7:30pm EDT
] that's what they are counting on. they are counting on that you all forgot. >> president obama is hitting the hustings in full campaign mode with only 90 days to go until november 2. midterm elections. air force one has a loaded schedule over the next two weeks. the u.s. democratic party leader and the u.s. president, barack obama, will cris cross the country. rallies, the president will hustle. in eight states, california, florida, georgia, illinois, ohio, texas, washington, and wisconsin. at stake, control of the u.s. house of representatives, control of the u.s. senate, and 28 state governorships. these pave toll pivotal elections l. whether or not president obama will seek and maybe win a second term. >> question, what is the strategy of the democratic leader, president obama, for the midterm elections only 12 weeks away. pat. >> things aren't going as well as we hoped. may may get better, but they aren't as bad as bush and the republicans. it's a terrible mistake, john, he is bashing a president who has acted like a statesman since he left office and not said a word about
Aug 12, 2010 9:00pm EDT
, and her view of president obama's latest charm offensive. >> i got to admit i don't know who snooki is. >> larry: next, on "larry king live." it's great to welcome laura ingraham to "larry king live." nationally syndicated radio talk show host. a fox news contributor as well and number one new york times best selling author. her new book "the obama diaries," laura's at the four seasons in st. louis at an event. that's why those people are all cheering. >> oh, boy. >> larry: taking a break from it to be on our show. we appreciate that. congratulations on the book, laura. >> larry, first of all, it's great to see you, great to be in st. louis, and all of my friends at 97.1 fm talk, they are excited because they know i'm talking to you larry, and we have started in st. louis a hunger strike to stop you from retiring, okay? i'm not eating from 9:00 to noon every day, they don't want you to retire here. it's a sacrifice, in solidarity with michelle's anti obesity thing, i'm not eating from 9:00 until noon. >> it's just this show. i'm going to be around, doing specials. >> i know. >> larry
Aug 22, 2010 7:00am EDT
the breakthrough today. and just getting bowing sides to the table is a victory for the obama administration. but what can they reasonably hope to accomplish? that's where we begin tonight. >>> then president obama promised to end the baby boomer era culture wars, but as president, he's sparked a much larger debate about what kind of country we want to live in and what it means to be an american. we'll talk about what that could mean. and sarah palin's defense of radio host dr. laura has gotten her in some trouble. dr. laura repeatedly used the "n" word on the air and now prominent black american conservatives are blasting palin for coming to her aid. >> and the questions surrounding the diego of pat tillman are getting louder. he was killed by friendly fire six years ago. jon kroc krakauer joins us later in the hour. finally i'll have personal thoughts about immigration and how america owes greatness to those who came to this country. let's begin with the mideast peace talks. andrea mitchell is chief foreign affairs correspondent and the host of andrea mitchell reports. david gregory is the
Aug 27, 2010 8:30pm PDT
. president obama's healthcare legislation has sparked a battle by the states over the limit of federal power. some are calling this state reaction an uprising. voters in missouri, a state mr. obama carried in 2008 overwelmingly rejected the obama mandate on all residents of the u.s. to purchase health insurance or pay a u.s. government fine. 71% of missouriens voted against this washington law recently. 26 are contesting the constitutionality of the white house cohearsing the purchase of health insurance. in virginia, this month a federal judge refused the obama administration's motion to toss out a suit brought by virginia's attorney general that says in effect that obama care is unconstitutional. >> virginia's position is that ordering the purchase of health insurance is not regulating economic activity. if this is activity that can be regulated under the commerce ause, then the federal government can reach anything. this is where you get to the massive expansion of federal power. >> also on this legal action, eric holder attorney general represents the obama government. he filed a motio
Aug 29, 2010 10:30am PDT
can hear you. >> the time for change has come. >> no obama, who is behind the war of anger about the mosque. who is exploiting a washington august to ignite more anti-government fury. who are the winners on the assault of islam? is this about obama? if all this noise is about the economy and the deficit, why so much hea onlyhe mosque? if it is a partisan divide, why do they bring it back to race? and finally, the call of the wild, could the g.o.p. win too many election this is fall and land too many from the far right in congress? could they bring themselves down and reelect obama, just by flying wild with zany candidates? i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. with us joe klein and katty kay and kelly o'donnell. and reihan salam. quho is driving the -- who is driving the division in the country. what is the motive on the march on washington? what is the up roar about the mosque near ground zero? the critics are unaccountably worked up. >> the people that want to build this mosque. they're maybing a case about supremacy, the nazis don't have a right to put up a sign in the holo
Aug 21, 2010 7:30pm EDT
anniversary of the september 11 atrocities, president obama is satisfied with his stance on the islamic mosque and cultural centreligio this country. [ applause ] that includes the right to build a place of worship and a community center on private property in lower manhattan. >> a consensus of new yorkers are opposed to the idea and increasingly so. a month and a half ago, july 1, 52% of new yorkers opposed the mosque. august 18, 2010. 63% of new yorkers oppose the mosque. even obama's fellow democrats are distancing themselves from the president on this issue. the democratic senate majority leader, harry reid, issues this statement through his press secretary. quote, the first amendment protects freedom of religion. senator reid respects that and says the mosque should be built some place else. end quote. the man behind the mosque, abdul raul has made comments that caused an uproar, like this one. >> i wouldn't say that the united states deserved what happened, but the united states policies were an accessory to the crime that happened. >> despite the prepond backlash, some that had famil
Aug 22, 2010 3:30pm PDT
he took own nixon, barack obama faces many of the same hurdles. even though he one in 2008, has obama matured? will he seem more seasoned by 2012. >> ties that bind. 50 years ago, the pope had some americans feared that the church would rule the president. some critics say the first african-american president favors blacks. in 1960, richard nixon's center right campaign opened the door to barry goldwater and the extremists. will we witness a similar republican split heading toward 2012. >> hi, i am chris matthews. we have dan rather, gloria borger, michele norris and richard sting el. first up, 50 years this summer, the historic battle between john f. kennedy and richard nixon. the highest turn out in history. enormous rallies. that campaign was the last to rock for the old application of parades and circus conventions and the beginning of modern media politics. it has parallels for barack obama today, some big ones. kennedy was the first catholic, just as obama is the first black. kennedy had nervous democrats on his right. southerners worried he might be too liberal. and the issue o
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Aug 7, 2010 2:00pm EDT
journal editorial report is up next. >> this week on the journal editorial report. blow to obama care and clears the way for constitutional challenge to go to the supreme court. plus has his magic touch turned it in the kiss of death. why they are dodging the pres as campaign season kicks in high gheer. to build or not build. both sides weigh in on the sides of the mosque to be near ground zero. >> welcome to the journal editorial report. >> it is the biggest blow yet to the future of obama care. the judge denied the government's motion challenging the new health law. judge hudson's ruling said it is far from certain that congress has the authority to compel americans to buy insurance and penalize those who don't. the former lieutenant of new york author of obama and what it says and how to over turn it. >> is this the unraveling of the health care reform. last speaker nancy pelosi said is it constitutional to require americans to buy one size fits all health care insurance. she said are you serious? judge hudson said it is time to get serious something that congress didn't do. >
Aug 15, 2010 4:30pm PDT
blessed. he won his senate against alan keyes. will the obama luck hold again? next time republicans get to run against in 2012, g.o.p. goes on offense and w. could be forgotten. two, four, six, eight, who do we investigate. if the republicans win this fall, they could hold hearings, subpoena witnessesarst, t each day with a prayer and end it with a probe. i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. we have john heilemann, norah o'donnell and kelly o'donnell and "newsweek"'s howard fineman. barack obama has past his 49 birthday and he is president and he is one lucky guy. remember obama won his first race in the u.s. senate just six years ago. republicans ended up with alan keyes. mccain who had been a strong candidate faded in defending the bush record. and this year, while the numbers don't look good for the democrats. the g.o.p. could be split between the tea party candidates and the regular party. and that obama luck may hold when he runs again in 2012. modren persidents have one strike in terms unless they face a commanding opponent. john, he has been lucky? >> he has been lucky, but o
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Aug 24, 2010 5:00am EDT
washington. >> howard dean on the attack. this time going after president obama's political advisors. could this infighting spell trouble for the democrats in the fall? >> the president says is he a christian. i take him at his word. >> and a growing number of americans say president obama is a muslim. but why? we'll explore it. >> laura: caution, you are about to enter the no the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hour lawyer this week's "time" magazine's cover insultingly asks is america islam phobic? >> claim that the widespread opposition to the mosque near ground zero shows an ugly, dark, anti-muslim strain in our country. but if america was islam phobic we probably would have seen mosques vandalized after 9/11. we might have seen law abiding muslim americans targeted and demonized but, instead, the pentagon set up a muslim prayer area in the interfaith chapel. let's not forget president bush appointed emissary to the muslim world and frequently met with muslim leaders at the white house. now, fast forward to last december when news of a planned islamic center near ground zero
Aug 29, 2010 3:00pm PDT
interview with president obama as brian williams has a sit-down with the president. this is the third shot by chung. looking closer and closer to a concession. >> i'll be amazed if that's not it. yep. >> and that is it. 4-2. peter uihlein's dream has come true. he's the 2010 u.s. amateur champion. very high level of golf played all week long by both of these finalists. let's send it down to roger maltbie. >> thank you, dan. peter congratulations. your emotions on the biggest golfing day of your life? >> yeah, i'm a little shocked, a little surprised and it's so surreal, and you know, david is a great player and great competitor but i just was fortunate enough today to come out on top. >> the putt at 14 really seemed to ice things in your direction. it was a putt you seemed like you had earlier today. >> yeah, really the exact same putt i had and down at 15, both identical putts and 14 i made sure to get it there this time and made it, so that helped. >> congratulations and enjoy with your family. >> thank you. i hope everybody in stillwater stays awake tonight because i'm coming back. than
Aug 2, 2010 6:00pm PDT
quote . president obama declared today the combat mission in iraq will end, as scheduled, at the end of this month. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the newshour tonight, former bush administration official michael rubin and former clinton administration official brian katulis discuss the u.s. pullback amid continuing violence and ongoing political stalemate. >> ifill: then, tom bearden reports from a ship playing a key role in the effort to contain the oil spill in the gulf of mexico. >> the process of killing the well winds down. it's almost done. >> woodruff: u.s. health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius is here to talk about the latest developments on health care reform. >> ifill: jonathon miller of independent television news has an update on the floods in pakistan that have killed more than 1,000 people his weekend. >> woodruff: and jeffrey brown has a book conversation with ocean explorer jean-michel cousteau about his famous father, jacques cousteau. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by:
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Aug 9, 2010 5:00pm EDT
that obama saved medicare and the media did their job and cheerfully reported the news. they all forgot to mention one little dissenting opinion, actually included in the report from the oh, so, biased chief of medicare actuary. he's richard foster. he's held that post now for 15 years. the truth. as the economic site e21 points out. if you take the projected medicare expenses for 2080 and compare to what foster says expenses will really look like, it's 68% higher. cms summed up the estimates like this. the final projection showing in this report for medicare do not represent a reasonable expect compassion for actual program operating in the short range or the long range. don't take my word for it. i encourage you to review the illustrated alternative projections based on more sustainable assumptions for physician and other medicare price updates. there you go. this is from the same report touted by the administration. what happens? the administration tears it up and the press ignores it. this is unprecedented. usually actuaries just sign off on the estimates. foster denounced them. aga
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Aug 19, 2010 6:00pm EDT
obama's religion is going up. the number of people applying for new jobless benefits is also rising. new york's governor gently pressures backers of a mosque near ground zero to reconsider. live from the studio in washington, this is "special report." good evening, i'm bret baier. president obama is enjoying some time off the next week-and-a-half. but the increasing public uneasiness about the president is taking no vacation. two new surveys indicate more americans now share a perception about president obama's religious beliefs that he has fought to dispel. senior white house correspondent major garrett reports on perceptions and reality. >> reporter: president obama began a ten-day family vacation on martha's vineyard confronted by poll numbers indicating increasing belief that mr. obama self-proclaim christian is a muslim. two national surveys one taken before and one taken after the national debate arose over plans to build islamic center and mosque near ground zero reveal what pollsters call rise of misimpression of president's faith. >> i haven't seen any example and i follow polli
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Aug 10, 2010 5:00am EDT
's family vacation as a politician. she is a mom. >> bill: criticism of first lady michelle obama traveling to spain on vacation and a portion of that is coming from democrats. charles krauthammer will have analysis. >> radical christianity is just as threatening as radical islam. >> bill: rosie o'donnell partners up with oprah winfrey on a new cable channel. can someone as far left as rosy draw an audience anymore? >> now, ladies and gentlemen, sitting in for rush limbaugh, karl rove. >> oh my god. can i feel it all across the country. >> bill: karl rove subs for rush limbaugh today on the radio. we will tell you what happened there. >> why is he on the radio? >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. you and president obama. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. on september 14th, my new book will come out. it is entitled pinheads and patriots, where you stand in the age of obama." how the president is directly affecting you. the president took a heavy blow wh
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Aug 31, 2010 6:00pm EDT
>> glenn: from new york, good night, america. >> bret: president obama says the u.s. will still go after terrorists in iraq as formal combat operations come to an end. we look back at what then senator obama said about a war he is now trying to end. and as troop numbers decrease in iraq, the bloodshed increases in afghanistan. live from our studio in washington, this is "special report." good evening. i'm bret baier. a president who won election promising to get u.s. troops out of iraq today is marking the formal end of combat operations. president obama will speak to the nation in two hours. earlier today, he warmed up by talking to troops in texas. we have fox team coverage tonight. correspondent molly henneberg looks back at some of president obama's comments about the war, but we begin with major garrett on momentum day to the commander in chief. good evening. >> reporter: good evening. the white house says the president doesn't want to relitigate the war in iraq, enormous cost, blood and treasure, to fight with republican over the surge, uncertainty that the war created in ira
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Aug 16, 2010 6:00pm EDT
by closed captioning services, inc >> bret: president obama loses a key ally as he takes heat for his statement on the mosque proposed near ground zero. we look at how the current president and former one are teaming up to try to help democrats running in november. could we be in a double-dip recession by election day? live from the studio in washington. this is "special report." good evening. i'm bret baier. what the white house had called a local zoning issue has mushroomed into a national political firestorm. with president obama in the middle. today, the controversy over the planned ground zero mosque got even bigger. as a key democrat broke with the president. senior white house correspondent major garrett tells us who it is and what he said. >> as president obama raised money for democrats in wisconsin, senate majority leader harry reid distanced himself from the president's endorsement of attached cultural center and mosque two blocks from ground zero. the first amendment protects freedom of religion. in remarks friday, mr. obama appeared to defend not just legality and moralit
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Aug 4, 2010 5:00am EDT
from george bush's ideas. not one. >> bill: president obama continuing to run against president bush. but it doesn't seem to be working. a new gallup poll is very bad news for the president. karl rove, alan colmes and monica crowley will all analyze. >> and we are. [heckling] >> we are working with congress to roll back don't ask, don't tell. [cheers] >> bill: don't ask, don't tell, still in place even as gay americans ratchet up the heat on the president to change the policy. what does john stossel think about that? ♪ >> bill: and a 20-year-old girl says she was exploited by a tv crew as part of the girls gone wild series. is it legal has been investigating. caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. more bad news for president obama in the polls that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. a new gallup poll out today says just 41% of americans now approve of the job mr. obama is doing. 53% disapprove. and that is the lowest rating from gallup in the president's tenure
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Aug 7, 2010 11:00pm EDT
report". it's the biggest blow yet to the future of obama care. judge hudson denied the motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the state of virginia challenging the new law. the judge's ruling saying it's far from certain that congress has authority to compel americans to buy insurance and penalize those who don't. this former lieutenant government of new york and this ruling the start of the unraveling of health care reform? >> it may well be. last november, house speaker nancy pelosi asked is it constitutional to require americans to buy one size fits all health plan? she says are you serious? judge hudson is saying that it's time to get serious, and apply the constitution something the congress did not do before they passed this law. >> now this, is all about the mandate that you must buy health insurance. >> or pay a penalty. >> if that is cut out, if whatever reason, it's cut out, does the health care reform plan collapse? >> yes. it could fall like a house of cards. most complex legislation includes a boiler plate revision which says if part of the law is struck down, other parts wi
Aug 8, 2010 3:00pm PDT
. with the election coming and the recovery stalling, can the party of obama and pelosi win? give me liberty or -- is bashing gays no longer good politics? and finally, comeback kids. is this talk about hillary clinton bumping biden from the 2012 ticket just backroom buzz for hill and bill when obama is gone? is it a boomlet without a bong -- bang? hi, welcome to the show. i'm chris matthews. with me today, john heilemann, erin burnett, kelly o'donnell and howard fineman. democrats say they will take up the bush tax cuts right after labet. but that gay marriage ruling this week could be a wild card. will it distract? >> we don't take more from the private sec and grow government with it and that's exactly what obama has in mind. it's idiotic t othink about increasing taxes at a time like this. chris: for his part president ob a ishitting the familiar democratic line, that republicans cater to the rich. >> they want to extend the bush tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires. i don't understand. how do you get up here and talk about how you care so deeply about the deficit and yet you want
Aug 20, 2010 7:30pm PDT
on september 2 in washington, d.c. gwen: the obama administration dives head first back into the historically difficult middle east peace process. what's different this time? u.s. troops celebrate the long promised pullout from iraq. >> we won! it's over! america, we brought it to iraq. gwen: events there, afghanistan and pakistan showing us more complications than that. at home, democrats and republicans raise money hand over fist for the mid-term election. >> we will put money into the mid-terms by far, $50 million. presidential events are huge. gwen: as the president steps into the debate about a new york mosque. >> the answer is no regrets. gwen: a secondary discussion builds. >> it is being used as a political football by both parties. gwen: how do americans view islam and why do so many think their president is muslim? >> i think the president's problem is that he was born a muslim. gwen: really? covering the week, helene cooper of the "new york times," martha raddatz, jeanne cummings of politico and michael duffy of time magazine. >> covering history as it happens. live from our nation
Aug 16, 2010 4:30am EDT
>>> mosque fallout. republicans vow to make democrats pay in november for president obama's support of a muslim prayer center near ground zero. >>> death in the desert. a crash kills eight spectator at an off-road truck race. investigators want to know why. >>> and the craigslist killer, the alleged murderer dies in his jail cell of an apparent suicide. this is the "cbs morning news" suicide. this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, august 16, 2010. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm emily smith in for betty nguyen. president obama is kicking off a three-day cross-country trip today to talk about the economy and raise money for democrats, but republicans are pressing the controversy over the president's support for that mosque planned near ground zero. mr. obama says the issue is religious freedom but a lot of americans see it differently. tara mergener has more from washington. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning, emily. what started as a local issue is now a national and a political one with the president at the heart of the debate. r
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